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About Good Directions 26" Fire Bowl with Spark Screen

Closeouts. What better way to end a summer BBQ than settling down next to the glow of Good Directions' 26" fire bowl? It's made of hand-hammered steel for years of use, and the included spark screen keeps spectators safe from any errant embers.

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2.000000 5 Overall Rating: 2 Based on 2 reviews

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Reviewed by Nirav from Home on Thursday, May 9, 2013
I tried at home to measure it out before I actually bought it to get an idea of what the size would be like. I think I need to review how to use a measuring tape. It's bigger than I expected. The bowl attaches to the base with a screw/bolt and the two pieces fit ok together. The handles also screw i... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jen from Minnesota on Saturday, June 14, 2014
    Very nice looking fire pit out of the box. Nice copper look. After 3 fires in it has turned black!! Advertised as strong steel. It is very thin steel. I would not recommend purchasing this product because its beauty doesn't last. I plan on contacting STP about this product.
  • Reviewed by Nirav from Home on Thursday, May 9, 2013
    I tried at home to measure it out before I actually bought it to get an idea of what the size would be like. I think I need to review how to use a measuring tape. It's bigger than I expected. The bowl attaches to the base with a screw/bolt and the two pieces fit ok together. The handles also screw in with bolts. The screen is the concern so far. Of note I haven't actually placed anything inside of it yet to burn. The top of the screen is supposed to have a hole you screw the top handle into. Mine didn't. I called the company and was told to just stick something through the opening that was there to widen it. They said they would log that I was asked to do it and I did it. It doesn't sit flush with the top but at a slight angle. The bowl seems pretty well circular but the screen is slightly oblong and opposite ends are either fitting well to the sides or flaring out a little. As the screen is mostly on the bowl I think it should protect from sparks leaving. This shouldn't be on wood or anything flammable anyway (mine will be on pavers) so even is someone falls down the screen things should be ok. I did not contact the company about the screen but now that I'm writing this, I think I will for confirmation that this is ok.

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About Good Directions

The Good Directions story began in 1982 when John Lodato decided to expand his restoration business to include his son's talent for manufacturing. One of the first companies to begin producing weathervanes and cupolas on a large scale, Good Directions later expanded into other home accents, including rain chains and rooftop finials. Every Good Directions product comes with step-by-step assembly instructions and all of the hardware needed to set up your new enhancements. Install a Good Directions weathervane or cupola and add graceful, sophisticated style to your home exterior.